This week on Case Closed, Let George Do It starts us off with, The Tears Of Sorrow. That episode aired March 27, 1950. Then, Rocky Jordan tells the story of Desert Betrayal, an episode from May 29, 1949.
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First this week is Broadway Is My Beat with their episode from October 13, 1950 titled, The Helen Carrol Murder Case. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us The $50,000 Diamond Heist. That story was originally heard November 12, 1949.
Jeff Regan, Investigator begins the show this week. We’ll hear the December 21, 1949 episode titled, Some Enchanted Car-Hop. After that, Casey, Crime Photographer brings us The Santa Claus Of Bums Blvd., its episode from December 25, 1947.
Case Closed begins with Rogue’s Gallery this week. From July 14, 1946 we’ll hear Where There’s A Will, There’s A Murder. After that, Inspector Thorne brings us The Two Fiance’s Murder Case. That story aired September 13, 1951.
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Case Closed begins with Mr. And Mrs. North this week. From it we’ll hear The Contagious Confession, which first aired September 22, 1943. That’s followed by Orson Welles in The Black Museum. From that series we’ll hear the October 14, 1952 episode titled, The Khaki Handkerchief.
Case Closed begins with Barrie Craig, Confidential Investigator this week. We’ll hear The Long Way Home, from July 5, 1952. Then, Night Beat tells the tale of The Girl From Kansas. That episode was first heard June 5, 1950.
This week on Case Closed, The New Adventures Of Nero Wolfe kicks things off with a story from December 8, 1950 titled, The Impolite Corpse. After that, Crime Classics brings us its January 6, 1954 episode titled, The Younger Brothers: Why Some Of Them Grew No Older.
Two classic gumshoe’s on the show this week, beginning with The Adventures Of Philip Marlowe and an episode titled, The Birds On The Wing. That episode aired November 26, 1949. Then, Pat Novak For Hire brings us his episode from April 23, 1949 titled, Sam Toliver.
Broadway Is My Beat starts us off this week with The Sherman Gates Murder Case, an episode from December 3, 1949. After that, it’s Alan Ladd in Box 13. We’ll hear Much Too Lucky, which first aired May 1, 1949.
We begin with Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar this time, and the episode from June 29, 1950 titled, The Barbara James Matter. After that, Richard Diamond, Private Detective brings us the March 29, 1959 story titled, The Red Rose.